Thursday, November 10, 2011

Blue Accented Thanksgiving Table

The second tablescape in this week's series is here!  I wanted to do something a bit outside of the box for a Thanksgiving table this year.  I'm loving turquoise tones right now and have slowly been incorporating them into my home.  So, why not bring those tones in for Thanksgiving!  Thanks so much for your interest in this series.  I hope you will consider becoming a follower of this blog! 

Okay, so maybe there weren't Zebra roaming around when the Pilgrims and the Indians sat down for their first meal together!  But, I just couldn't resist these fun plates.  And, there is a woodland creature in this place, I'm sure that more than makes up for it!

Giant pine cone under glass anyone?
Wow!  Look!  We found freshly fallen turquoise pine cones from the turquoise pine tree out back. 
How lucky!

Zebra dinner plates - Pier 1
Turquoise Runner - Pier 1 Window Panel
Wired organza ribbon - Michael's
Seeded water goblets - Pier 1
Crystal goblets - Waterford
Silverware - Grandma
Giant Pine cones - Great Aunt in Florida
Cloche - World Market
Silver cake stand - random antique find

This Stylish Tablescape linking up with...


Suzy said...

Oooh - I love the mix of brown and peacock blue! So, so pretty. What time is dinner??? ;o) I found your blog over at Addicted 2 Decorating and I'm your newest follower!

dizzyizzy said...

The Blue is fabulous!

Sweet Treat Boutique said...

Just divine! So beautiful and elegant yet fun and whimsical at the same time....LOVE

{Semplice} said...

I love the blue mixed in, the table is beautiful. I love your walls!

Zuni, Chickadee Home Nest said...

When you first said "blue" I thought "blue." But no, it's a GORGEOUS teal! What a great, great combination! Lovely. And your walls are awesome! Did you do that yourself? I'll follow you, because I love teal!

Love to decorate said...

Love this color combination. Very pretty.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Your tablescape is gorgeous and I love the blue and brown colors. Fabulous idea to put the huge pine cone in the cloche. Of course I drooled over that immediately. Your vignettes are lovely. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Crafting Rebellion said...

I love your harlequin walls, they are fabulous!